I think that Mr. John Chawner would be confused to be described as not representing consultants. He regards that as his job and he certainly represented them when he saw me a few days ago. I am willing to admit that, in the few weeks in which they have been in existence, the trusts have not solved all the problems of the national health service. There are still problems, but I assure the hon. Lady that the management delivered by her NHS trust will be much better than the traditional management, which created these problems in the first place.